You can get past these convoluted ghost boot disk errors by using a universal disk coupled with a ghost boot disk.
Download the universal disk here
and see if it works without any additions. If not, you can simply add additional drivers to the disk via the provided .cab file library on the site.
After you boot the laptop into a prompt, simply use the ghost disk from there on out by changing to the ghost directory and running the ghost app.
When working on dells i typically use the b44 cab
or the b47 cab in the list of additions below what is list as "default" with the disk. the b44 should work fine for you though.